Will He Get Home?

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A storm can destroy many things - trees, buildings and lives. When your husband has not made it home, will your life be one of the casualties? More
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About Rob McShane

Right now, I'm living with MS and a brain that malfunctions at the drop of a hat! Life is certainly interesting and different! Talk about learning to be flexible! :)

With a history of classical piano training, time in Drama and Theatre Arts (although I was never a good actor...well, at least not on stage!), I have worked as a Professional Nurse and a Midwife (clinical and management) plus National Marketing and Selling of medical equipment and surgical supplies.

I always wanted to retire at 40 but forgot to be specific - you know, things like good health and a healthy bank balance!

I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2000 (yep - I was 40!) and Medically Boarded in 2001. Life is certainly an interesting trip...day by day....moment by moment. What a ride!

Since then I have been fortunate enough to publish a book - The MageStaff - see below (most of it written before 2000!) and have now finished the first draft of a prequel and am well into writing a sequel, loads of poetry (check my blog: The Wayward Warrior), short stories and living life as it happens - you just never know what is around the next bend...!

Bragging rights
Published Author and Poet, Accomplished musician (although now unable to perform), Successful National Marketing and Sales Management, Successful Nurse and Nurse Manager.

Do hope you enjoy what tumbles out of my brain and makes it to the publishing stage - don't worry, I have it well checked before putting it up for you to savour.

All feedback welcome.

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Review by: A. G. Bierce on Feb. 14, 2014 :
A fight, a morning without making up, a storm, a crisis of separation and worry. Told from the woman's point of view, it is full of self doubt and remorse. While it is a tale told many times, the author does a good job of keeping the tension at a high pitch.
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